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Employee Recruitment [Audiobook]

Employee Recruitment [Audiobook]

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Your employees are a vital part of determining the success of your business. Finding the best employees for each position requires strong recruitment strategies. Top talent will not always find you. You must seek out people to fill the positions that you have open. Recruiting the most qualified candidates will ensure that your employees keep your company running smoothly.

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About the Book

Improve your leadership and management skills by applying the core concepts of organizational behavior.

Navigating through the complexities of group dynamics in an organization can be daunting with challenges such as miscommunication and lack of cooperation often hindering individual performance. However, tackling and mastering these dynamics can lead to better outcomes. Organizational Behavior Essentials You Always Wanted to Know (2nd Edition) serves as a compass for creating successful, inclusive work communities that value diverse perspectives, experiences, and cultures, benefiting both individuals and organizations.

What's new – This edition, authored by Vic Clesceri, a specialist in organizational development and talent management, emphasizes the significance of change management in any organization. The book also provides a broad overview of different assessment methods, allowing organizations and individuals to better understand their personnel and set goals that would highlight their finest skills. Additionally, this book includes chapter quizzes and keywords to reinforce concepts necessary for achieving high performance in the sphere of work.

Part of the Vibrant Publishers' Self-Learning Management Series, this book equips managers, business leaders, HR specialists, and students with a foundational understanding of essential concepts required for organizational development.